The News Keeps Getting Spacier
Just when you thought I was making this stuff up, it happened all over again.
The new normal news of formerly abnormal things continued unabated today as could be expected in the world of the daily unexpected. Since I said a lot about it yesterday, I’ll just give a quick summary today of how weird the world is with headlines that sound almost like a repeat of yesterday because they are so common now even in mainstream news:
Of course, the global heatwave is growing with four historic “heat domes” spreading their mysterious searing saucer shapes across the earth. The ancient city of Rome destroyed its all-time temperature high — not easy to do for a city-state whose history extends back 2,000 years, and then there is its ancient past in the BC realm beyond that.
As another example of press bias in reporting the global heatwave, however, one publication ran a headline that stated “Florida, Swimmers Brave an Ocean That Feels Like Steamy Syrup” when the article should really have been titled “Florida Swimmers Bask in Paradise” because that is really what all of the people in the story were saying it was like. I guess they were “braving paradise.”
Turns out the Reptilians among us — those lizard-skinned old women who have spent too many years collecting solar rays without enough solar shield, love laying out in the hot sun. They are well-adapted to climate change. We know Epstein Island is nearby, and the Reptilians loved to inhabit that island, too, like it was the Galapagos, so maybe they are just lining up for passage to their government-funded pedo paradise.
On the positive, that conspiracy theorist I reported on yesterday, RFK Jr, was back at it again, spreading non-officially-fact-checked stories that say global climate engineering might be worse for our health than whatever is going on with global temperatures. Who could imagine that human geo-engineering might have unforeseen calamitous effects … like warp-speed vaccines? I mean we are trusting the very species blamed with destroying the climate for fun and profit to be the ones who can mastermind ways of improving it … for profit.
Speaking of Reptilians, the aliens were back in the conventional news again. While the news did cover some truly conventional alien stories about border guards throwing illegal alien Mexican children back into the Rio Grande and transferring alien children with tuberculosis into the general US population, the most interesting alien story today was a press conference with the White House National Security chief saying that, yes, UFO’s must be a security concern because they interfere with military training just by their presence.
The bulk of articles in the press sounded oddly more concerned about throwing illegal alien children into the cool waters of the shallow Rio Grande during an extreme heat wave than they were about the child sex trafficking in the film “Sound of Freedom,” which has film critics up in arms over what they are claiming is a fake exposé. Of course, Reptilians would claim that … in order to protect their island.
Speaking of sexual shifts that are now acceptable (Epstein island for trafficking children having once been horrific mainstream news), one female military recruit is distressed because she has to shower with and bunk between two larger-than-usual women with penises. Just the normal news these days in the new Biden military that is strangely unable to find enough recruits.
To enhance recruitment, Biden is apparently offering a larger palette of free gender-transitioning surgeries to military personnel along with waivers from active deployment while recuperating from the surgeries. Maybe the Biden military should buy some co-op ads with Bud Light. Speaking of which, I hear Ben & Jerry’s is coming up with a new watered-down flavor of Bud-Light ice cream to help with the heat wave by tapping some of the heat into its advertising campaign. That ought to melt their ice-cream. If they can go out of business fast enough, they can turn their land over to the Indians.
And, in this “Brave News World,” where the most important thing Dems can do in congress is destroy all norms, one Democrat has, thankfully, proposed legislation that would eliminate the words husband and wife from federal law. God forbid we use words that were normal for thousands of years, given how gender-destructive they are and needlessly hurtful toward the feelings of others. And to think just yesterday, I was writing about taking the meaning out of the words male and female and man and woman. Less than twenty-four hours later, husband and wife officially have to go, too.
"Now more than ever, with an extreme Supreme Court and state legislatures rolling back the rights of the LGBTQ community, it is imperative that Congress showcases its commitment to supporting equality," she added.
Have no fear, though. The head of the UN said openly today with a comforting smile that “good AI” will help us more effectively drive forward “The 2030 Agenda” to “empower people everywhere to build a better future.” You can watch his optimistic video about global control with the “power of AI for good” in one of the boldfaced headlines below. (And he, of course, will be one of the characters featured in my upcoming “Deeper Dive” for paying subscribers about central-bank digital currencies.)
All in a days news. Galactor out.
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